The advertising agency JWT came up with a brilliant new way to advertise the much beloved game of Scrabble: they've dissected items and animals.
JWT dissected an elephant, submarine, and guitar, in an out-of-order fashion to represent Scrabble tiles. It's almost saying, "Look, a really big word is right in front of you, you just need to arrange your tiles and put it together."
The only beef I can find with this ad is that when playing by the official Scrabble rules, you are only allowed to have seven tiles at a time. Maybe JWT should consider replacing the submarine and elephant with dissected subjects that contain seven letters.
Agency: JWT, Chile
Creative Directors: Matías Lecaros, Sergio Rosati
Art Director/Copywriter: Matías Lecaros
Illustrators/Photographers: Astro Image Creators, Cristian Gastelo, Boris Berstel
Stats for Dissective Advertising
Trending: Older & Mild
Research: 7,731 clicks in 386 w
Interest: 4 minutes
Concept: Dissective Advertising
Related: 43 examples / 33 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55
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